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Technology, Social Media, And Their Affect On Long-distance Relationships

- With recent advancements in technology (e-mail, phone, text, social media, and video conference), couples can manage and maintain their relationship with a simple touch of a button. Foremost, communication through technology is important to couples involved in long-distance relationships (LDRs), as the demand for relational development requires constant attention. The term “long-distance relationship” can often carry a negative association for those seeking love. There is a perception that geographical distance will prevent a strong and happy relationship from developing; however, it does not deter all couples from staying together....   [tags: Facebook's Affect on Long-Distance Relationships]

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Long Distance Relationships in College

- “Long-distance relationships in college.” Does that sound frightening, or does it sound like a poorly stated joke. Many people believe that long distance relationships are the sole thing that you do not get yourself into when going off to college. You choose your university, you choose your sorority or fraternity, you choose your classes, and you chose your major, but whatever you do you should never choose to be in a long-distance relationship when pursuing higher education. For many newly dubbed “adults,” college life entails a world full of partying, studying, hooking up, and experimenting (whatever that may entail)....   [tags: couples, college life, relationship]

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Long Distance Relationships in College

- “Long-distance relationships in college.” Does that sound frightening, or does it sound like a poorly stated joke. Many people believe that long distance relationships are the sole thing that you do not get yourself into when going off to college. You choose your university, you rush your sorority or fraternity, you enroll into your classes, and you select your major, but whatever you do you should never choose to be in a long-distance relationship when pursuing higher education. For many newly dubbed “adults,” the spectacular college life contains a world full of partying, studying, hooking up, and experimenting (whatever that may entail)....   [tags: Couples, commitment]

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Effects of a Long-Distance Relationship

- When I moved from New York to Texas I left behind the most important thing: love. I had been dating Franky for a year when I up and moved south. It was a really sad parting for us both, but we decided to continue our relationship as long-distance to see how it would work out. However, I knew deep down that it would not last very long. Long-distance relationships are hard, and the chances of them failing are great. Needless to say, the odds were not in our favor and our relationship ended four months afterwards....   [tags: why my relationship failed, personal account]

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Long Distance Communications and Collaborations

- On line or perhaps the better term is long distance communications and collaborations is effected by a myriad of problems, in this paper we have decided to concentrate of two major areas of concern they are; the difficulty in building personal relationships and the subsequent lost of person connection in a virtual environment and cultural barriers which could cause team members to not connect in the same environment. In dealing with the first it could be speculated that one of the problems which we have in today’s visual and virtual world is that we have in many way lost our sense of closure....   [tags: Communication ]

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Types of Long-Distance Communication

- For hundreds of years, or at least since pens and paper became commonplace, people who wanted to get in touch with other people separated by distance had only one way to do it: they wrote letters, the only means of long-distance communication, at least until the invention of the telegraph in the 19th century. But where would Western civilization be without letters. As author of ‘To the Letter” Simon Garfield stated, we wouldn't have most of the New Testament—whatever you may think of St. Paul, he was indisputably a tireless letter writer....   [tags: letters, telegraph, email, mail]

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Bow and Arrow: The Long Distance Effect

- Since primeval times, people have been fascinated by bow and arrow. This combination was the first machine and the ‘extended arm’ of man – right after the throwing of stones or the spear – and is the epitome of the ‘long-distance effect’. Bow and arrow improved this long-distance effect, have mechanized it and made it more efficient. Now, the extended arm could reach farther and the distance to the target became larger and more secure. From the beginning, man has used this weapon not only for hunting, but also for armed conflict, murder and raids....   [tags: bow, arrow, missiles, mozart]

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The Story Behind Long Distance Relationship

- The story behind Long Distance Relationships Everyone has encountered someone in their life being trapped in a long distance relationship no matter how bad of a reputation they have. Have you ever wondered what science says about long distance relationships (LDR’s) or if they ever work. With reference to a series of articles and recent studies, understanding what is behind LDR’s and why society loathes them, will become very evident as you read further. LDR’s are a great way to get to know one another without all the drama a ‘normal’ relationship brings....   [tags: bad reputation, absence, cheating]

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Young Adults in Long Distance Relationships

- Summer romance, crazy flings, and first loves; these are all common occurrences during those high school years. High school relationships are essentially the beginning of a teenager’s dating career; dating helps young adults develop their emotions and temperament while being with a significant other. In a way dating prepares students for the real world that they will soon have to endure. For teens in high school, the most complicated relationships are long distance ones. Long distance relationships are a difficult task to handle, with each individual willing to take a chance at ‘tough love’....   [tags: Sociology]

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Can Long Distance Relationship Work?

- A long distance relationship can have many meanings and experiences may be very different from one person to another. For some people, living a long distance from a loved one may be a normal routine in life, while for some people the occasional distance can be difficult and challenging. A long distance relationship can be for a few days, years, or months can occur over a few days, months. For other people, long distance relationship is just like something normal in their family structure, and other people it is like a new experience....   [tags: communication, romance, commitment]

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Going the Distance: Long Distance Relationships in College

- ... It has been reported that, “75% of college students at some point have been in a long distance relationship,” (Penn State Behrend: “Long Distance Relationships” 1). In addition, “25% to 50% of college students are in a long distance relationship at any given time” (Penn State Behrend: “Long Distance Relationships” 1). Couples that identify with the idea that there is no hurt in trying, find that it might not be so bad after all. Although abruptly severing ties is not the appropriate response to a grand separation to come, leaving one another with the idea that both parties are on the exact same page is not a wise path to take either....   [tags: couples, visits, stressors]

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Long Distance Relationships and Social Media/Networking

- Introduction: Just like any other relationship that is formed between two people in the throes of intimacy, long distance relationships are filled with struggle and sometimes heartache. However, the question is, are these relationships worth it. If two people’s love is so strong for each other, it stands to reason that no distance would come between them. Perhaps the old adage speaks most in saying, “true love conquers all” – distance included. After experiencing a long distance relationship first hand, I have found that the distance can, in fact, provide more unique and special aspects than many would normally consider....   [tags: relationships, love, social media]

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Long Distance Relationships

- Long Distance Relationships Relationships have been around since the beginning of mankind. There are many goals in life that people pursue and having a soul mate is one of them. One type of relationship that is practiced most among teenagers is long distance relationships. Due to the fact that so many teenagers fall in love so quickly and are immature, they will not let go of partners even though they may have to separate. Many people find it difficult to stay in one relationship for a very long time yet alone a long distance relationship....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Long Distance Learning

- Long Distance Learning Distance education allows you to study at home or in your office, according to your own schedule, there are no classes to attend. Generally, each course comes with a manual that may be accompanied by videotapes, audiotapes, audio CDs, computer diskettes, CD-ROMs, etc., depending on the nature of the course. As well, many courses incorporate computer conferencing, e-mail, listservs, computer-based quizzes, and the Internet. Some courses are entirely on-line, using the World Wide Web as an innovative learning environment....   [tags: Education Research Learn Essays]

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Pros and Cons of Long Distance Relationships

- When I entered into my long distance relationship I was nervous, I had heard about how long distance relationships are unlikely to work in the long term. The first thing I did, living in the era of the internet, was to perform a Google search to see what exactly I could find to quell my nerves. It is evident from all the resources available—from the search “long distance relationship information” over 7.3 million results were found—that many others face similar fears. If we search for those people looking for help by typing in “long distance support group” then 5.6 million results are found....   [tags: Expository Essays 2014]

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Weaponry during the Elizabethan Period

- The weaponry during the Elizabethan period was the most advance weaponry known to the world. The most common weapons used were crossbows, longbows, war hammers, spears, early forms of pistol and cannons. With all this weaponry Europeans also needed armor, like chainmail and plate armor. Different types of weapons and the different kinds of armor were a key component to warfare during the Elizabethan period, in Europe. Long distance weapons were essential to European combat. The main long distance weapons used by Europeans during that time were the longbow and the crossbow....   [tags: History, Long Distance Weapon]

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Smith's Outlook on Life in Sillitoe's The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner

- There are two basic facts in Smith’s life: one, that he’s in a war with the “In-laws,” and two, that he’s going to fight it until the day he dies, or die fighting. From Smith’s perspective, there is an impassable line between him and the In-laws, who are out to get him, and his best method of success is beating them down. In taking revenge on the governor of Borstal, Smith thinks he has succeeded. What Smith doesn’t realize is that he, not the governor, truly loses when he loses the race. Smith needs to revise his world view to realize that there is a better way of getting what he wants, and the revenge he seeks is only a sign of his weakness and unhappiness with his own life....   [tags: Literary Analyis, Analytical Essay]

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Towards Conversation Entailment : An Empirical Investigation" by Chen Zhang and Joyce Y

- In the research paper \Towards Conversation Entailment : An Empirical Investigation", the authors Chen Zhang and Joyce Y. Chai investigate the problem of conversation entailment [which is the process of inferring hypotheses from conversational scripts]. For this they examine two levels of semantic representations - basic representation based on the syntactic parsing from conversation utterances and augmented representation which takes into consideration conversation structures. The authors further explored two techniques to capture long distance relations between language constituents - implicit modeling based on the length of distance and explicit modeling based on actual patterns of relati...   [tags: paper critique, long distance relations]

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Long Distance Relationship And How To Make It Work

- Long Distance Relationship and How To Make It Work Dear Love Lady, I have a love problem and I don't know what to do. I am a freshman in college and so is my boyfriend. We have been together since our senior year in high school, and we are very much in love. But, since we've been at college, we have developed a problem. We don't see each other from month to month. You see, we go to colleges in completely different states. We have always lived on the same street, but now we are so far apart....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Dating and Relationships - Long-distance Relationships Work

- Long-distance Relationships Work     Do long-distance relationships work. That has been the question I have been asking myself since I left for college this past fall. It's one thing to leave behind your friends and family when you go away to school. However, what happens when you leave behind your high-school sweetheart. Is there any hope your relationship could last. Doesn't everyone eventually grow apart. What about the loneliness that you will feel while being away. Won't one eventually cheat or lose interest in the other....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]

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Relationships in Long Distance by Tony Harrison and My Grandmother by Elizabeth Jennings

- Relationships in Long Distance by Tony Harrison and My Grandmother by Elizabeth Jennings The two poems that I wish to compare are both about relationships, "Long distance" by Tony Harrison and "My grandmother" by Elizabeth Jennings. Both are about family and grief which they explore through the theme of death. The speaker of the poems talks about the loss of a relationship that had once existed. "Long distance" has a much closer relationship theme than "My grandmother". Long distance focuses on love that does not end with death and it continues however "My grandmother" focuses on the miss of love that could have been there....   [tags: Papers]

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Comparing The Sick Equation by Brian patten and Long Distance by Tony Harrison

- Comparing The Sick Equation by Brian patten and Long Distance by Tony Harrison In this essay I am going to compare and contrast 'The Sick Equation' by Brian Patten and 'Long Distance' by Tony Harrison. 'The Sick Equation' is about how two parent's intense arguing and general disrespect for each other had such a damaging effect on their son's thoughts, personality and life as an adult. Stanza one gives us some background information to the poem. The poet mentions the word 'school' in the opening line so we can assume he is between the ages of ten and sixteen....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploration of Family Relationships in The Sick Equation, Looking For Dad, and Long Distance

- Exploration of Family Relationships in The Sick Equation, Looking For Dad, and Long Distance Analysing the poems "The Sick Equation" and "Looking for Dad" by Brian Patten, it can be observed that both texts share the theme of loss, family relationships and separation. Another poem with this theme is "Long Distance " by Tony Harrison. In these poems, the writers' feelings and emotions are similarly conveyed through their use of linguistic devices and techniques. Although the poems are alike in theme and meaning, the situations, language, style and structure are very different....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis of Long Distance by Tony Harrison, I Shall Return and The Barrier by Claude McKay

- Analysis of Long Distance by Tony Harrison, I Shall Return and The Barrier by Claude McKay These poems will be compared by the theme, Poetic devices and structure of the poems. Harrison's Long Distance explores the theme of death of loved ones within a family triangle. Most of Harrison's poetry focuses on his life, such as his working class childhood and family life. Similarly, in Claude McKay's The Barrier, the theme of the poem is love for another person, but here it is for someone of the opposite race....   [tags: Papers]

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The Themes of Loss and Isolation in Looking for Dad and the Sick Equation by Brian as Well as Long Distance by Tony Harrison

- The Themes of Loss and Isolation in Looking for Dad and the Sick Equation by Brian as Well as Long Distance by Tony Harrison When exploring poems it is clear to see that there are many analytical and poetic devices used to emphasise meaning and theme throughout the verses. The 3 poems that employ examples of this are 'Looking for dad' and 'The sick equation' by Brian Patten and 'Long distance' by Tony Harrison. There are many different ways to express feelings through the use of poetry and the main feature in the 3 of these poems is Loss and isolation....   [tags: Papers]

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Voice Over IP

- Voice Over IP Abstract This paper demonstrates the new technology of voice over ip. This emerging technology will prove to be a cost reducing effort for companies to look into over the next several years. Over the last three to four years the technology has also been introduced to the consumers which has added to savings on their monthly phones bills and they way that they conduct business from day to day. Voice over IP the Wave of the Future Description Voice over IP is a method of taking an analog signal and turning into a digital signal that is transmitted over the internet....   [tags: Internet Phone Call Communication Long Distance]

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The Distance Between Segregation and Home

- Ever is a Long Time by W. Ralph Eubanks and Dixie by Curtis Wilkie are two well written memoirs that attempt to explain the struggle the two authors face while growing up in Mississippi, leaving Mississippi as adults, and later in life returning to Mississippi to reconcile with the state’s dark past. Additionally, one can argue that Curtis Wilkie, a poor white, and W. Ralph Eubanks, a middle class black, are not the stereotypical persons that one may expect to write about the racial inequalities of Mississippi because neither experiences racism early in life....   [tags: Ever is a Long Time, Dixie, Memoirs, Analysis]

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Distance Education

- Distance Education Since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution in the nineteenth century, advances in technology have provided people with the means for a new form of education, known today as distance education. In recent decades, the wondrous array of electronic communications technology has given distance education new status. It seems to have something to offer almost everyone. It is now a normal form of education for those in employment, for homemakers and for those who choose not to go to schools or universities for the purpose of learning....   [tags: Distance Educate Education Essays]

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Blackboard and Distance Learning Technology

- Blackboard and Distance Learning Technology Over the years there have been numerous tips, tricks and gimmicks educators have used in an effort to reduce their teaching load. Is there anything that can be done to lessen the scholastic load without sacrificing quality instruction. Yes there is, it's the Internet. Finally applications such as WebCT ™ and Blackboard™ have merged to create the ideal software support application for distance education. These products provide you - the educator - with the ability to seamlessly integrate your traditional classroom presentation with the virtual capability and extend your scholastic "reach" across the street, or around the world....   [tags: Education Internet Distance Learning Technology]

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Distance and Height of Cannon Projectiles

- ... Figure 2: right-angle triangle In figure 2, a right angle triangle is drawn, with the following notations: The AB line is called the Hypothesis (Hyp, representing the initial speed) The AC line is called the Adjacent (Adj, representing the horizontal speed) The BC is called the Opposite (Opp, representing the vertical speed) The next step is split up into two parts to find the vertical speed per second, and the horizontal speed per second. From trigonometry we know: Sinθ= Opp/Hyp Cosθ= Adj/Hyp Tanθ= Opp/Adj First we want to find the vertical distance the projectile moves....   [tags: mathematical investigation]

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The Pros and Cons of Distance Learning

- In a K-12 setting, distance learning or traditional learning requires careful planning that must take place in order for the educational process to work for the students. When we look at both forms of education there are still pros and cons to both. Although online learning has made a major impact in the world of education, many people have not accepted this form of education. One of the reason for their concerns is that students cannot get fast answers to their questions about the assignment from the teacher....   [tags: Educational Technology ]

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Education: Learn from Distance

- Classes delivered over the internet have augmented the traditional style of face to face education by giving students the option to learn from a distance. The utilization of technology as the primary means for learning is a deviation from conventional methods. However, online based institutions are comparable to traditional colleges or universities because they offer the same standards of learning, while also requiring a firm commitment to obtaining a degree. There are unique challenges that online learning present, but by identifying and addressing those challenges, online universities are able to afford adults the opportunity to balance life with school, while achieving personal goals that...   [tags: classes, internet]

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Student Survival Guide For Distance Learning Education

- Student Survival Guide for Distance Learning Education Introduction Learning can be a difficult task to anyone who wants to expand his or her knowledge. With the help of online schools, learning has stepped into a new environment that is growing rapidly. Secondary education is now possible for students who want to complete his or her degree online. This might not necessarily be the ideal education for some students but it is perfect for others. A student in an online school must learn to use his educational skills and tools to ensure that he or she receives the maximum benefits of college online....   [tags: Student Guide How To Distance Education]

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Education in the 21st Century: The Problems and Prospects of Distance Learning

- Abstract This paper attempts to identify some of the challenges impeding the effective implementation of distance learning. It explain the characteristics of distance learning and how emerging technology can be effectively employ to bring about the desired learning outcomes among learners. The study highlight the Pros and Cons of distance learning and suggestions for maximizing it advantages was discussed. Introduction The term distance learning are interchangeably use as distance education, distributed learning, correspondent learning, web based learning and on-line learning....   [tags: Education ]

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Natalie Goldberg’s Long Quiet Highway: Waking Up in America

- Natalie Goldberg’s Long Quiet Highway: Waking Up in America “I don’t think fate is a creature, or a lady, like some people say. It’s a tide of events sweeping us along. But I’m not a Fatalist, because I believe you can swim against it, and sometimes grasp the hands of the clock face and steal a few precious minutes. If you don’t you’re just cartwheeled along. Before you know it, the magic opportunity is lost, and for the rest of your life it lingers on in that part of your mind which dreams the very best dreams—taunting and tantalizing you with what might have been.” (from the film Flirting, 1990) “Every moment is enormous, and it is all we have” (Goldberg xii)....   [tags: Long Quiet Highway]

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Willie Stark as Huey Long

- Robert Penn Warren’s novel, All the King’s Men depicts the tale of the rise of a political leader named Willie Stark. Many readers have speculated that Warren based Willie Stark’s character on Huey Long, a controversial, political leader from Louisiana who was prominent during the early 1900s. Although Robert Penn Warren has “repeatedly denied that Willie Stark is a fictional portrait of Huey Long,” many aspects of the novel directly correlate to the political career and personal life of Huey Long (Payne)....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Robert Penn Warren]

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Distance Learning

- Distance Learning missing works cited Definition and Description of Distance Education Distance education is any academic learning method that lets the teacher and the student participate and communicate in a convenient manner, while sometimes in different places and sometimes at different times. The distance education concept has allowed a diverse set of individuals to continue their education, whether it is for personal or professional satisfaction. The teacher is still able to create, design, and plan with goals and objectives, and the student is able to learn and experience through the distance (Davey, 1999)....   [tags: Education Educating Learn Essays]

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Online Distance Learning

- Online Distance Learning Throughout the past few decades, online distance learning has become a prevalent method of teaching. Through the use of technology, the field of education has been slightly altered to fit the needs of both the educators and their pupils, by developing a communication system. For example, creating email addresses and generating websites, where the teacher and student can interact. The development of online distance learning is beneficial to the future of education because it provides more opportunity for students....   [tags: Teaching Education]

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Mother Any Distance by Simon Armitage

- Mother Any Distance by Simon Armitage This poem is written by Simon Armitage in which he talks about the relationship between him and his mother and the great affect she had on his life. "you come to help me measure windows, pelmets, doors…". This shows that his mother helped him a lot whenever he needed someone to help him. The quote also shows us that he's moving into a new house because you would usually need to carry out these measurements when moving in, but even after he will be moving into a new house and away from her security, she is still there for him....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis of 3D Artist Richard Long

- Walking. A natural progression in the development of a person. From the day a baby begins to walk, it becomes a fundamental activity that he does for the rest of his life. Walking is a universal movement that we do not consciously think about in order to do it. Walking a line is probably the easiest thing a human being can do to mark his place, to have his footsteps imprinted on the land. Richard Long, a British contemporary artist, engages with the world by walking, and interacts with natural materials and sometimes, the forces of nature....   [tags: Art Analysis ]

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The Long Trail

- The Long Trail GRAPH The Long Trail, “Vermont’s footpath in the wilderness”, is the oldest long distance hiking trail in the U.S.. The Long Trail was conceived on the peak of Stratton Mountain in southern Vermont by James P. Taylor (1872-1949) as he waited for a thick fog to lift. On March 11, 1910 twenty-three people met in Burlington and founded the Green Mountain Club, and the Long Trail was on it’s way to becoming real. Work began on the trail in the Mt....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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The Long Patrol

- Brian Jacques was born in Liverpool, England where he still lives today and writes all of his books. Brian Jacques is well known for his writing of the Redwall book series. His other professions involved him being longshoreman, a stand-up comedian, a long-distance truck driver, and a playwright. Brian Jacques started writing these books as stories for children with disabilities at a special school in his hometown of Liverpool. The Berkley Publishing Group 1997 I would definitely recommend this book for a friend to read....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Cultural Dimensions Theory by Professor Geert Hofstede

- Hofstede’s Value Dimensions According to World Speaking, after examining the actions between civilizations, Professor Geert Hofstede created the cultural dimensions theory. He constructed the model based on four primary cultural elements: power distance, uncertainty avoidance, individualism/collectivism, masculinity/femininity, and long-term/short-term orientation. Each of these dimensions holds a different cultural value that is common around the world. Hofstede ranked Indonesia on the first four of these dimensions....   [tags: power distance, uncertainty avoidance]

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Functions of A Wide Area Network

- Introduction A Wide Area Network is geographically dispersed telecommunication network. The term distinguishes a broader telecommunication structure from a local area network. Wide area network may be privately owned or rented, but the term usually connotes the inclusion of public network. An intermediate form of network in terms of geography is a metropolitan area network. WAN is communication network that are regional or worldwide in geographic area, with a minimum distance typical of that between major metropolitan area....   [tags: telecommunications, distance, risks]

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Suspension Bridge at Location D

- ... Suspension bridges are visually appealing and light yet strong and durable. Suspension bridges are made from enormous cables that reach from one end of the bridge to the other. These cables rest on top of high towers and swoop down. They are fastened by anchorages that are on both ends of the bridge, which help stabilize the bridge. Most of the weight of the bridge is carried by wires that drop to the road surface from the main cables. These wires help evenly allocate the weight of the bridge and keep the cables sturdily in place....   [tags: bridge, ocean, distance]

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Many Philippinos are Mothering from a Distance

- ... Women who disrupt the idealized image of the traditional family, in which, the woman’s primary responsibility is to care for her biological offspring. In the Philippines, transnational households are considered "abnormal or broken homes", and therefore viewed as a social and cultural tragedy. Transnational households are considered broken because the maintenance of this household divert away from traditional expectations in the family, the women as the nurturer and the men as the breadwinners; they do not meet the traditional division of labor in the family, and they swerve from traditional practices of socialization in the family....   [tags: migrants, united states, children]

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Distance Learning versus Traditional Learning

- Distance learning, sometimes called e-learning, is a formalized teaching and learning system specifically designed to be carried out remotely by using electronic communication. People could find out distance learning on the internet or searching form the school, sometimes teachers would introduce the best or the most credibility distance learning web. Such as and University of Phoenix, etc. Distance learning is less expensive and is not constrained by geographic considerations; it offers opportunities in situations where traditional education has difficulty operating....   [tags: E-Learning, Electronic Communication, Education]

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Russo Japanese War

- Is distance an insurmountable problem, judging from the Russian Experience in this conflict and the British experience in the War of American Independence. In order to clearly understand the points presented, insurmountable must first be clearly defined and understood in relation to the case. For this essay insurmountable means that Russia and the British were unable to overcome distance. Distance was the single factor that led to their inability to successfully wage war and defeat their opponents baring all other difficult matters were achievable....   [tags: Russian Defeat, Distance ]

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Loneliness of Long Distan

- Loneliness of Long Distan Born in Nottingham in 1928 to a working class family, serving in the Air Force, and going through many struggles, Alan Sillitoe is known as an effective representative of the English working class. Through his story "The Loneliness of the Long-Distance R unner" and the other stories contained within the book, Sillitoe effectively criticises the legal system of England, which deprives individualism from its people, is ineffective and interferes with people's lives. His stories "Uncle Ernest," "On Saturday Afternoon, and "The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner" show these themes....   [tags: essays papers]

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The Ad Hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV)

- ... Nodes receiving this packet update their information for the source node and set up backwards pointers to the source node in the route tables. In addition to the source node's IP address, current sequence number, and broadcast ID, the RREQ also contains the most recent sequence number for the destination of which the source node is aware. A node receiving the RREQ may send a route reply (RREP) if it is either the destination or if it has a route to the destination with corresponding sequence number greater than or equal to that contained in the RREQ....   [tags: algorithm, nodes, routes, mobile]

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Distance Learning

- Distance Learning Distance learning (education) has become an integral part of the education process over the past few decades and is growing in popularity as technology advances.(Willis 1992) describes distance education (as) "the organizational framework andprocess of providing instruction at a distance. Distance education takes place when ateacher and student(s) are physically separated, and technology…(is) used to bridge theinstruction gap." (Coutts 1996). Furthermore, "distance learning activities are designedto fit the specific context for learning, the nature of the subject matter; intended learningoutcomes, needs and goals of the learner, the learner's environment and the instr...   [tags: Education Technology Technological Papers]

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Shots of the Occupation in Paridise Now

- Thesis: Hany Abu-Assad has experienced the oppression of the Israeli occupation first hand, and in Paradise Now, he uses long shots to show the overall injustice of the situation and close-up shots to show how single people are trapped by unique circumstances. 1) What are Close-Up and Long Shots: Close-up: “A shot in which the subject is larger than the frame, revealing much detail” (IMDB). Close-ups were made really famous by Alfred Hitchcock (Rear Window and Psycho). For example, in Rear Window, the main character (Jimmy Stewart) is bedridden and many close-up shots of him are used to show how he is trapped in his apartment room....   [tags: close-up, opression, long-shot]

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I Long to Hold My Own Child in The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill

- “I long to hold my own child” The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill is a story taken time in 1700s, during the period known as the Atlantic Slave Trade where mass number of Africans are transported to New World as slave. The story is told in the view of a African women named Aminata Diallo, of her experience in slavery from childhood to adulthood. Aminata was taken from Africa and sold in to slavery since her childhood, and lose her freedom and human right when she enters North America as slave....   [tags: slavery, childhood, free]

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Physiological Responses to distance treadmill running

- Exercise: Distance Treadmill Running When we are challenged with any physical task, the human body responds through a series of integrated changes in function that involve most, if not all, of its physiologic systems. Movement requires activation and control of the musculoskeletal system; the cardiovascular and respiratory systems provide the ability to sustain this movement over extended periods. Physiological Responses: From experience I know that while on the treadmill before long my chest is heaving, my lungs are bursting, my heart is pounding, I get hot, sweat profusely, and the previously coordinated movement of my limbs start to falter; my muscles ache and my brain tells me to stop...   [tags: essays research papers]

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News At A Distance

- In 2011 social media such as Twitter and Facebook allow information of world events to spread faster than the proverbial wildfire. Information of new worthy events such as, the death of a celebrity, a political coup or a natural disaster is now provided by the citizen on the street who witnesses the event. On May 2nd 2011 a resident of Abbottabad reported, via a series of tweets, the unusual occurrence of helicopters hovering and window-rattling blasts. Hours later this was revealed to be a real time account of the incursion on the compound where Osama Bin Laden was in hiding....   [tags: Social Media]

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Distance Learning Uses Online Capabilities to Provide High-Quality Education

- ... Similar to correspondence schools, today’s online learning capabilities continue to provide flexibility to the full time worker negating necessity of rigid class schedules and locations. Internet capabilities prompted online course offerings by the 1990’s. Gaining popularity, by 2002 online course enrollment according to Allen and Seaman (as cited by Perry and Pilati, 2011) exceeded 1.6 million students, tripling that by 2008 (p.95). Accessibility to learning is greater than ever, benefiting full time workers whose work locations and schedules are inflexible....   [tags: knowledge, degree, student]

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Influence of Collectivist and High Power Distance in the Process of Organizational Learning

- 1) Background Organizations evolve and develop by the combination of the knowledge, skills, and abilities of its member intending at the corporate objectives in order, to gain competitive advantage, increase their market share, augment performance, foster creativity, improve financial results, and a multitude of other dimensions to maintain their sustainability. One of the essential elements to permit the growth of the organization and its personnel is to foster the sharing of tacit and explicit knowledge in an environment favourable to the transfer of know-how and the attainment of ultimate organizational learning....   [tags: education environment inside mainland China]

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The American Revolution-Eight Long Years

- The American Revolution, also known as the American Revolutionary War and the War of Independence, lasted from 1775 to 1783. It stemmed from growing tensions between England’s 13 North American colonies and the colonial government representing England, as well as cost sharing imposed on English colonies by successive governments in London for debts attributed to former wars (Foner, 2012). The “cost sharing” encompassed a variety of measures including taxation on goods produced in the colonies, efforts to stem widespread smuggling and “The Stamp Act” of 1765 requiring a stamp on all printed material....   [tags: Early Democracy, Geography In War]

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Gofl is a Sport

- Golfing has been viewed for a long time as an old man’s game and the most common saying is that it is a long walk ruined. Many play golf on the weekends or while on vacation, and more have a set of clubs in the closet now home to many generations of household spiders. Even though it is popular and ridiculed as a sport, many have tried to play the game. Golf is a competitive sport requiring mastery of skills, physical and mental endurance and deserving of recognition as so. Golf is most certainly a sport based on the definition of sport: a contest or game in which people do certain physical activities according to a specific set of rules and compete against each other (“Sport”, n.d.)....   [tags: clubs, balls, walking long distances]

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Distance Protection Algorithm for Three Terminal Transmission Lines Using Local Measurement

- When a short-circuit fault occurs on a transmission line, it should be located rapidly and correctly in order to repair the faulted section, minimize the transmission line outage time, and restore power delivery as soon as possible. Therefore, development of a robust and accurate fault location technique under various fault conditions is a highly important research area. In some low power densities areas, utilities are connected to an existing transmission line using a tapped line because of economic advantages....   [tags: Math]

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The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe

- In “The Masque of the Red Death”, which is a short story written by Edgar Allan Poe, the different qualities of the narration augments one's understanding of the events that takes place in the story. In this piece of fiction, the narration is in the first person point of view, although at first it seems to be in the third person. The spatial distance is diagetic and the temporal distance is retrospective, which is defined as the narrator speaking of events that have already happened in the past....   [tags: spatial distance, narrator, paradox]

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The Future and Evolution of Technology in Education

- Distance education began as we know it in the form of correspondence courses. The populace sought to better themselves and not only for personal satisfaction, but to become more competitive in society. Class materials were prepared in advance and sent to the student by way of the United States Post Office. Students received the materials and were required to complete the work and return it to the instructor prior to receiving the subsequent assignments. It was a long and tedious process and could potentially create academic distress for students....   [tags: distance/online education]

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The Physics of Cheating in Baseball

- My science report is about whether a corked aluminum bat hits a ball farther than a regular aluminum bat. But first before I get into that boring science stuff, I’ll tell you about the history of baseball. Baseball originated in American before the Civil War (1861-1865) the game was called rounders and was played in sand lots. The first professional team was founded in Cincinnati in 1869. During the 1950’s and 60’s the MLB really took off, it was a time for expansion for the American league and National league....   [tags: bat, corking, distance]

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Working With Multicultural Employees

- Planning a trip to another country. Do you know their culture and customs. Just as in recreational travel, business leaders need to know the differences in cultures and motivations in different countries also. Hofstede (2001) regarded culture as “the collective programming of the mind that distinguishes the members of one group or category of people from another” (p. 9). Hofstede (2001) developed four dimensions of national cultures: power distance, collectivism/individualism, femininity/masculinity, and uncertainty avoidance....   [tags: power distance, gender issues]

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Transformation Laws: Luminance Constancy

- Luminance Constancy As you read this page, processes are at work allowing you to make sense of it. How do you see the black ink on the page on a background of white (paper). Many of these processes we take for granted. As light hits the page, it is reflected back to our retinas. These retinal images are simply shapes and gradations of light. The curves of the images on the page are then perceived as letters. The letters are strung together into words. As we take in these long strings of words, a message is received by our consciousness....   [tags: objectivity, color, size, and distance]

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Yurbuds Appeals to Consumers to as a Long-lasting Product

- ... Therefore, buyers will get Yurbuds which will stay with them for a long time so that they don’t need to spend money for a new one. Yurbuds manufactor uses “never stop” as the ethos in order to emphasize Yurbuds’s durability in a harsh environment as this dark cold mountain where the man is climbing. In addtion for “never stop”, Yurbuds producer also adds more more information about its quality in order to persuade audience to purchase it. They claim “IXP5 Water resistant” to attract us. Not only a long-lasting produc, Yurbuds also swims in water due to “IXP5 Water resistant”, which is waterproof of the product....   [tags: ethos, durability, pathos]

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Run Like the Wind: A Geographical Look at Kenyan Supremacy in Long Di

- Run Like the Wind: A Geographical Look At Kenyan Supremacy in Long Distance Running In East Africa, there is an area know as the Great Rift Valley. It is in this Great Rift Valley, where the world’s most dominant long distance runners come from, Kenya. In the past three decades, runners from Kenya have simply dominated the sport of long distance running in all facets including cross-country, track, and the marathon. In the world rankings for marathon running, Kenyans hold 8 of the top 10 spots for the men and 6 of the top ten spots in women’s rankings....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Projectile Motion Laboratory

- Projectile Motion Lab Introduction: The purpose of this experiment was to find how changing the angle and velocity would affect the distance the object went, height the object went, and time the object was in the air. Before this lab I could not tell how the angle and velocity would change the results. I needed to figure out what angle and what velocity made the object go farther or make it stay in the air longer. I also found mass will affect the height and distance. I used the site Galileo and Einstein to figure out these factors....   [tags: angle, velocity, distance relationship]

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The Impact of the Great Wall of China

- How did the Great Wall of China impact the Chinese, and the rest of the world. “The Long Fortress,” also known as the Great Wall of China, has a very interesting background. In building the Great Wall of China, China had to undergo many new and different changes. Although the overall structure of the Great Wall was built over 2,500 years ago, it is still being maintained and enhanced to provide its story to the world. As Stephen McDonell states,“It took more time to build, more people to build, consumed more building material than anything else in human history and it will never be surpassed in terms of scale,”everyone knows the Great Wall of China is the most complex thing built in history...   [tags: the long fortress, intruders]

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Investigating the Length of Long Shore Occurence

- Investigating the Length of Long Shore Occurence Reason for study: to find out if long shore drift occurs and if it does, to find defences to prevent any hazards The place of my study was porlock bay in Somerset. This is a picture of the porlock bay. [IMAGE] Aim: 1. To find out the beach material is moved by long shore drift 2. To work out a sort of defence mechanism used in porlock bay to stop the flooding in the marshes. Evidence of long shore drift: · Without long shore drift there would not be any groynes, but the beach would be completely flat · The way the cliffs and headlands have eroded shows us some sense of direction....   [tags: Papers]

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A Long Time Coming - Original Writing

- A Long Time Coming - Original Writing The kettle in the background whistled, and Rachel Baxter sluggishly stood up from the sofa to prepare a strong brew of coffee. All she wanted was a coffee, strong, black and no sugar. She had had a long night catching up on all the paperwork, which was meant to have been prepared for her manager's press conference that morning. Of course this meant she would have to go in early that morning in order to get it to him on time. To her it was critical to have a cup of coffee every day, especially this early....   [tags: Papers]

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Investigating the Relationship Between the Braking Distance of a Toy Car and the Height of the Ramp

- Investigating the Relationship Between the Braking Distance of a Toy Car and the Height of the Ramp Planning To carry out this experiment safely I will ensure that the necessary safety precautions are taken place. Goggles and lab coats should be worn during the experiment. All likely safety hazards are eliminated. I will make sure the ramp is placed on the table in a stable manner and that I will ensure that the ramp is not too high. The procedure of this experiment is to first get a ramp of suitable length, and place onto the bench....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effects of the Distance Between Two Plates in Copper Solution on the Current

- The Effects of the Distance Between Two Plates in Copper Solution on the Current Introduction I am investigating the relationship between the distance between two metal plates in a copper sulphate solution and the effect it has on the electrical current across the two plates. Scientific Knowledge Resistance is the amount a substance resists the flow of charge flowing through it. How Resistant a substance is depends on 4 things: 1. The length of the wire- the longer the wire the bigger the resistance; if you double the length you double the resistance....   [tags: Papers]

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Cyber Bullying: A Study of Long Term Effects on Adolescent Cyber Bullying

- Introduction: Cyber bullying is a topic that has been researched many times. As technology changes, it is important that research is kept up to date on how victimization can affect present and future psychosocial adjustment issues. Cyber bullying is defined as victimization that intends to harm another through electronic means, where individuals can harm without physical interaction. (Tokunaga, 2010). Cyber bullying requires little planning and there is little chance of being caught. It is important to realize that as adolescents are becoming more in tune with technology, they are engaged in many more activities that are online based, therefore spending more time online....   [tags: Internet, Cyberbullying]

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Exploring Influence on Identity in Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For

- Have you ever gone to Chinatown supposing to find a culture full of African Americans. Probably not, because that is not where they’re expected to be. We live in a world where colonies of different colored people are expected, or otherwise discriminated into populating distinct spaces; African Americans are supposed to be in the ghetto, Chinese belong in Chinatown, and Caucasians reserve more elite communities. For centuries, each race has been striving to belong in a society where people are accepted as equals and certain jobs are not handed out to favored ethnicities....   [tags: identity, urban life, stereotypes, dionne brand]

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My Survival Guide

- Introduction This is my survival guide. Throughout the previous nine weeks I have been in a whole new world. That world is distance learning. My experience thus far with University has been extremely interesting. I have learned that it’s not too late for me to attend school after all. I have learned that I can move forward with my education, contrary to what I have thought for all these years. The following document will serve as my survival guide through the remainder of my experience with University of Phoenix....   [tags: Online Learning Distance Education]

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Speaker identification and verification over short distance telephone lines using artificial neural networks

- SPEAKER IDENTIFICATION AND VERIFICATION OVER SHORT DISTANCE TELEPHONE LINES USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS Ganesh K Venayagamoorthy, Narend Sunderpersadh, and Theophilus N Andrew Electronic Engineering Department, M L Sultan Technikon, P O Box 1334, Durban, South Africa. ABSTRACT Crime and corruption have become rampant today in our society and countless money is lost each year due to white collar crime, fraud, and embezzlement. This paper presents a technique of an ongoing work to combat white-collar crime in telephone transactions by identifying and verifying speakers using Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs)....   [tags: essays research papers]

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When the Feeling of Uneasiness Lasts to Long

- ... The point when strain influences one's relationships, work execution, and different territories of life, there is potential that these on edge sentiments are really an implication of a mental health disorder. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders, fourth version, content reconsidered (Dsm-Iv-Tr) is a handbook utilized by mental health experts for symptomatic purposes. The Dsm-Iv-Tr diagrams the symptomatic criteria for all restlessness issue. Recorded here is a diagram of these six primary strain disarranges as depicted in the Dsm-Iv-Tr....   [tags: estlessness, stain, stress, reaction, disorder]

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Long Swings In The Exchange Rate And The Excess Returns Puzzle: The Ro

- Long Swings in the Exchange Rate and the Excess Returns Puzzle: The Role of Imperfect Knowledge The paper is a clear breath of "dirty" air in the sterile world of perfect foresight. The authors offer a well worked out model of how agents persistently bid the exchange rate away from the expected long-run equilibrium rate. It seems intuitively comfortable to see the mathematical justification for the unexplained excess returns to be a function of the distance from the bench-mark (PPP)....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins: The Reverence to God and Distance from Self

- In his works, Hopkins presents a dichotomy between a religious piety found uniquely in nature and a state of separation from God, one that results in the loss of religious self. In his early works, Hopkins portrays this religious reverence and penetrating insight into the divine and pure. Through a spate of visual imagery reminiscent of the lush and varied nature, Hopkins attracts attention to the physical beauty. Moreover, it is through verticality metaphors and plays on sound patterns that Hopkins translates natural beauty to a spiritual oneness, a deep regard for God....   [tags: Poetry]

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